Dar Cherifa is a magical, wonderfully restored, 16th century house built around a central courtyard with tall columns, ancient stucco work and old carved beams.
The atmosphere is incredibly peaceful, there is no better place to enjoy a cup of tea and Moroccan pastries, or on a rainy day, spend a few hours with a good book.
Aside from offering stunning 16th century architecture and a zen ambiance, Dar Cherifa serves a really delicious lunch and dinner menu. The menu is Moroccan with an international twist. Skewers of ginger chicken are served with aromatic couscous, one of our firm favourite dishes in Marrakech.
The grilled vegetable plate and the vegetable briouattes are also divine. Even the standard kefta tagine is memorable for its succulent flavour.